Although San Diego County will be re-opening on May 25, going through its Phase 3 which includes salons, spas, indoor shopping, (and this phase includes private massage practices), the numbers of confirmed cases and deaths in San Diego are still rising and there is no sign of plateau.
Since social distancing is still a primary and effective tactic to limit and reduce the spread of Covid-19 until there is a vaccine, massage therapy and social distancing are not compatible—the limited space, prolonged contact, and risk to vulnerable populations whom you might contact.
So, I will not be returning to massage practice for a very long time with a small possibility of returning by early 2022 or later. Meanwhile, my website will still be up with updates regarding research behind pain and exercise, how you can self-manage your chronic pain, and other public resources that you can use for pain management.
Pain and stress relief are two of the most common reasons why many people seek massage therapy, which is what Movement Potential Sports Massage provides.
We work primarily with clients who have acute or persistent low back pain, shoulder pain, neck pain, arm and hand pain, and sciatic pain. We offer a mobile service at the convenience and comfort of your own home.
However, you don’t necessarily need to be in pain to see us. Oftentimes, having a massage for stress relief or whatever reasons you have can be just as beneficial for your health.
Pain is complex and individual, and there is no cookie-cutter format to treat it. Therefore, we work together to create a plan to help you get back to what you love doing.
What Is Pain? By Professor Lorimer Moseley.